Aspects of the danger can be minimized if we pay attention to health and safety procedures kerja.Aspek hazard (hazardeous) can result from a process that is done or of the materials used. There are processes in which we must be extremely cautious and required to apply the procedure K3. The processes that have the potential hazards associated with the processing of clay are:
(a). Processing of raw material clay and the glaze is dry. The potential hazards arising from dust floating material which is likely we breathe. Therefore we had to wear masks to minimize such hazards.
Picture 52. The use of masks to minimize dust inhalation.
(b). Processes that use the machine as blunger, ballmill, electric rotary machines, etc. must always be careful; because these tools have electricity. Processing of clay in masinal (using machines) must be careful as it pertains to the flow of electricity.
Some of the steps that would need to be followed up in order to improve safety and health, including:
(a) materials that could potentially cause harm (toxic substances) need to be kept in a safe place and labeled or information about possible dangers posed.
(b) The existence of written guidelines on the handling of toxic materials that could pose a danger.
Picture 53. The materials should be given a hazard warning label
(c) The existence of guidance or instruction on the use of occupational safety and health, especially in the face of the dangers posed in the use of tools or the use of toxic materials.
(d) The written instructions about the early signs of poisoning such as headaches, motion sickness, and so on and the steps that need to be taken in the rescue effort.
(e) The instructions or guidelines on the storage and disposal of materials that could potentially cause harm.
(f) rooms used in material processing jobs, pengglasiran and burning need for adequate ventilation.
(g) The need for occupational health and safety equipment such as work clothing, masks, gloves, goggles light and dark, fire, etc.
(h) Information that is sufficient in every room.
(i) Availability of water in the production workshop.